Circle E Equestrian Stables, LLC is a premiere boarding facility in Northeast Wisconsin specializing in the needs of top show riders to the trail riders. In addition, we offer horse training and riding lessons to advance your horse skills in many disciplines.
2nd Annual Ride to End Alzheimer Fundraiser –
Saturday, August 1, 2015
10 – 3 pm
Located west of Green Bay and North of Appleton
Our most popular series include:
CEES Summer Show Series 2015
All Show Dates:
Have you heard?
Western Dressage is taking the nation by storm! It is now recognized by the USEF and is becoming a popular choice in competitions and at home as a method of progressive training.
Horsemanship is a Journey… and it’s a journey unlike any other. It’s all about personal discovery, increased awareness, and self discipline. See Patrick King for more information.
We welcome Patrick King to Circle E Equestrian Stables July 17, 18 & 19, 2015.
Saturday, July 18 & Sunday, July 19 SOLD OUT!!!
Auditor $35 per day non-member, NAWD members save 10%
We’ve added a day to the Patrick King Horsemanship clinic at Circle E due to the weekend clinic being SOLD OUT. Friday, July 17.
More information regarding Fridays clinic: Western Dressage Clinic
Classical Principles for Modern Riders. Using the progressive levels of Classical Dressage, Patrick King’s Western Dressage Horsemanship clinics, workshops and private lessons will help you discover the importance and biomechanical benefits of stretching to develop the working gaits, understand gaits and influence footfall, learn the importance of proper timing of aids, rider and horse balance and how to connect rider seat, hands and legs to horse’s feet. Riders and auditors will learn how to train, navigate, read and ride Western Dressage tests as successful personal training plans for each horse and rider. Practice…practice…practice; then test. Break down sequenced patterns into trainable moments. Use competition to perform self-diagnostics, fine tune training ‘holes’ and embrace horsemanship sportsmanship by enthusiastically hoot and hollering support of others.
Why should you ride/learn with Patrick King? In 2007, Patrick was one of only 5 horsemen chosen to live and learn with Master Horseman Ray Hunt, and it was from Ray that he learned the simple yet profound concept that every horse has a job that it is born to do and it is our job to help that horse figure out what that job might be. He completed the Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) Western Dressage Train the Trainers program in 2013. With a decade and a half devoted to teaching horses and riders to understand each other, and well over four thousand horses under his saddle, Patrick King is a man on a mission – to develop solid foundations in horses and riders. It is his personal goal to inspire the human to become the kind of horseman that the horse admires and willingly gives his all to. Patrick understands the horse, the rider and helps both by providing the missing pieces to their horsemanship puzzle.
Western Dressage is not just another class to enter, not just another skill to learn. Western Dressage brings the English and Western world’s together through the time-tested methods of Classical Dressage. Whether you ride in breeches or Wranglers, whether you work to perfect the shoulder-in or sliding stop, we can all benefit from teaching our horses to carry themselves in a more balanced fashion. Western Dressage can be done by every horse regardless of breed, color, sex, size, talent, or level of training. Western Dressage is the practical application of the training scale for a Western horse. It’s all about applying classical horsemanship skills as a foundation for any discipline and it’s designed to help Western riders learn to use and apply the training scale – rhythm, relaxation, connection, impulsion, straightness, and collection – which provides a step by step progression of training and relationship building.